Cache Creek (British Columbia)
- This page is about the tributary of the Bonaparte River. For the town named for it see Cache Creek, British Columbia. For other places named Cache Creek see Cache Creek (disambiguation).
Cache Creek, originally Rivière de la Cache, is a tributary of the Bonaparte River in the Thompson Country of the Interior of British Columbia, Canada, joining that river at the town of Cache Creek, British Columbia, which is located at the junction of the Trans-Canada and Cariboo Highways.
Approximately 20 kilometres in length, the stream rises in the Arrowstone Hills to the northeast of the town and runs southwest to its confluence with the Bonaparte at the town of Cache Creek. Coordinates:
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